When you need in-home healthcare assistance, our experienced caregivers can help
Home care can help people regain their independence and enjoy life in their own home. With the right support, you can feel empowered to do more of the things you love.
We understand how difficult it can be to reach out for help. Opening up your home to a care provider is a new experience for most people. Our goal is to make it as easy as possible for your family by finding the best match for your healthcare needs and your household. Our caregivers are not only compassionate — they are highly trained professionals, many with experience in specific areas of care.
Whether you’re looking for help for yourself or a family member, and whether you need short-term or longer-term assistance, Helping Hands Healthcare is here for you.
Discover your care possibilities
Help your loved one continue to live independently, with assistance in the day-to-day tasks that can become more challenging as we age. Our caregivers can help with light housekeeping and meal preparation, mobility, bathing and dressing, and are also skilled in dementia support.
A lengthy hospital stay can be taxing. We can provide a professional who is familiar with typical hospital structures and routines. Your caregiver will ensure you or your loved one receives additional support and companionship throughout the stay.
Post-Operative and Disease Recovery Care
We will create a plan to ensure you have the appropriate level of support to recover safely at home. Our experienced caregivers can change dressings, administer medication, monitor for complications, assist with personal care, take you to follow-up appointments and help with basic household tasks.
If you have experienced an injury or accident, our caregivers can assist in the transition from hospital to home, so you can focus on recovery. They can help with personal care and daily activities and offer support with physical therapy and exercise programs.
Our professionals are well-trained in working with patients of any age living with mental health challenges. They have extensive experience in crisis stabilization, respite care, suicide watch and psychogeriatric care including dementia and Alzheimer’s disease.